WOMEN, GENDER AND SEXUALITY STUDIES
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Offers resources to those interested in marriage and family therapy. The goal of this site is to increase understanding, research and education in this field.
The National Women's Studies Association
This site provides information through publications, convening, professional resources, and other scholarship opportunities for those in the field of WGSX studies.
OCCUPATION/ MAJOR EXPLORATION
KSU: What can I do with a Major in…?
Provides Women's Studies majors with specific career-occupations that detail the skills, occupational statistics, salary statistics ('06-'07), and the expected change and/or growth of the field.
MSU: Career Opportunities for Women's Studies Majors
Details the skills that are gained and of use to Women's Studies majors in their career pursuance. This site also provides a list of occupations Women's Studies majors have obtained, splitting them into these categories: Arts, Business, Education, Health Care, Media, Politics and Law, Social Work and Psychology, and Sports.
U of A: What can I do with this degree?
Contains a list of careers that Women's Studies majors can obtain, accompanied by major employers, and strategies for becoming competitive.
Worldwidelearn.com: Guide to College Majors in Social Science, Women's Studies
Offers general information to those exploring a major in Women's Studies. This site outlines what the major contains, the skills necessary, careers by degree, and other information regarding what you can do with a WS major.
Public Leadership Education Network
A program for college women interested in exploring a career in public policy. PLEN offers the only program where a woman student can discover how Washington really works, network with high-level women policymakers, and connect with people who can secure an internship, open doors to jobs, and launch her career.
NWSA: Guide to Graduate Work in Women's and Gender Studies
This document contains detailed advice to Women's Studies majors planning to pursue graduate school. Within this guide, topics involve the application process, finding the right program, a list of higher education programs and much more valuable information.
SC: Study of Women and Gender, Graduate Programs
Offers a large list of links to Master's and Ph.D. programs for those looking to pursue higher education in Women's Studies.
EMPLOYMENT/ INTERNSHIP RESOURCES
Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR): Employment
Available internships, fellowships and staff positions are posted on this site for those interested in being involved with the IWPR. This organization is geared towards the research and action of addressing the needs of women, promote public dialogue, and strengthen families, communities, and societies.
The National Women's Studies Association: Employment Opportunities
Contains links to employment opportunities focused on Women's Studies. The positions are listed under three categories that are as follows: Women's Studies and Gender Studies, Joint Appointments and Other Departments, and Campus Centers, Resource Centers and Research Centers.
The National Women's Studies Association: Internship Opportunities
Offers a list of internship openings for those interested in Women's Studies. Each listing is accompanied by a detailed description of what the position entails.
Women for Women International: Internships
Provides information on internship opportunities available through this organization. The goal of this organization is to assist women in conflict and post-conflict environments to make positive changes in their lives.
Association for Women in Science
Our highly competitive internship program is intended to introduce bright, innovative undergraduate and graduate students to the policymaking process and encourage them to become active and effective participants in public affairs.
Feminist Majority This groups offers listings for feminist positions, as well as information on internships, volunteer work, and political activism.
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